Bend Fire Responds To Two Unrelated Gas Leaks Today

According to MyCentralOregon on July 20th: According to the City of Bend, The Bend Fire Department responded to two unrelated natural gas leaks today. The first was called in at 9:15 a.m., [...]

People In Bend Neigbhorhood Impacted By A Gas Leak Today

According to MyCentralOregon on July 16th: The Bend Fire Department says an underground drilling company replacing an old gas line accidentally hit a 2” gas line with their drill, causing a gas [...]

Water main break nearly sinks wedding in Foxboro

According to The Sun Chronicle on July 16th: A half-dozen water department workers dug deep Saturday to ward off a young couple’s wedding bell blues. And Beach Street residents David and Dianne Saunders, [...]

Gas line breaks at Stanley County High school

According to Capital Journal on July 15th: A small gas line was struck by an excavator working near the Stanley County High School parking lot in Fort Pierre on Wednesday at about [...]


According to ABC6 on July 9th: PECO crews are investigating an incident in the Society Hill section of Philadelphia that began underground and led to a power outage. Around 10:30 a.m. Thursday [...]

Displaced couple sues city after sinkholes wreck Bethlehem Township, Pa., home

According to Lehigh Valley news on May 27: Two Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania, residents have sued the city of Bethlehem and its water authority after sinkholes in late November made their home unlivable. The [...]

Martin County school dismisses students after water main break

According to WYMT on May 26: High school students in Martin County were released early today. A water main broke near the school, leaving the school without water. The Martin County Superintendent [...]

California Fines PG&E $1.6 Billion for Deadly Gas Explosion

According to The Wall Street Journal: A California regulator fined PG&E Corp. $1.6 billion for a deadly natural-gas explosion in a San Francisco suburb in 2010, marking the largest penalty ever levied against a [...]

Crumbling Gas Lines: Not Just a New York Problem

According to News LI: The recent explosion and fire that destroyed part of a city block and left two men dead in downtown Manhattan has raised new concerns about the health of [...]

PUC To Vote On Record $1.6-Billion Fine For PG&E in San Bruno Blast

According to the Los Angeles Times: California utility regulators are poised to hit Pacific Gas & Electric Co. with a record-high, $1.6-billion penalty for negligence leading to the deadly natural gas explosion [...]

Downtown D.C. Water Main Break Sends Water Gushing Into Air

According to NBC 4 Washington: A water main break in downtown D.C. sent water gushing into the air and onto Interstate 395. A construction crew struck the water main... sending water pouring [...]

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